Wednesday, 25th May 2016
National
  • Australian Muslim exploring Indoinesia
    23rd May 2016
    A delegation of five young Australian Muslims are travelling around Java to experience firsthand Indonesias religious tolerance and diversity, the Australian Embassy here said on its official website. The five participants ...
  • Indonesia`s workforce to decline by 2040: World Bank
    23rd May 2016
    The World Bank estimates that Indonesia will have a problem of an aging population with the increasing decline in labor force percentage by 2040. "Indonesia will not register a negative impact of aging until 2040. The rate ...
  • Jakarta launches free double-decker tour bus service
    23rd May 2016
    City-owned bus operator PT Transjakarta launched on Monday a free double-decker bus service for people keen to enjoy a culinary tour of the capital city. President Director of Transjakarta Budi Kaliwono stated here on ...
  • Flash flood in Subang displaces hundreds of villagers
    23rd May 2016
    Hundreds of residents of Sukakerti Village in Cisalak Sub-district, Subang District, West Java, were displaced due to a flash flood, which hit the region on Sunday. "According to data, some 388 residents are taking refuge. ...
  • Religious affairs ministry, Canberra University sign agreement on doctoral program
    23rd May 2016
    The Indonesian Religious Affairs Ministry and the University of Canberra, Australia, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the implementation of a doctoral program. "The University of Canberra will receive a ...
  • Indonesian nuclear agency shares bioenergy crop breeding technology with Asia
    23rd May 2016
    Indonesias National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) has shared the nuclear technology on gene mutation used to breed fuel-producing plants with 14 Asian countries. Totti Tjiptosumirat, the agencys spokesperson, stated here on ...
  • Five people killed, one missing in floods in West Java
    23rd May 2016
    At least five people have been found dead with one missing in a flash flood that hit the sub-district of Cisalak, Subang District in West Java. All the dead victims of the floods on Sunday night were people of the village ...
  • Two climbers still missing in Mount Semeru
    22nd May 2016
    Search still continues for two mountain climbers from Cirebon missing since Friday in East Javas mount Semeru. Supriyadi (26) and Zirli Gita Ayu Safitri (16) were part of a six member group climbing the 3,676 meter ...
  • Seven villagers killed by Mount Sinabung eruption
    22nd May 2016
    The number of local residents killed in an eruption of Mount Sinabung in Karo District, North Sumatra, climbed to seven and the two others were in critical condition. Six villagers died after being exposed to pyroclastic ...
  • Home ministry denies ordering cancellation of bylaws banning liquor
    22nd May 2016
    Indonesias Home Affairs Minister Tjahjo Kumolo denied on Saturday that his ministry has ordered the cancellation of bylaws banning liquor. He rather reiterated that all regions need to have such bylaws on the ground that ...